A Prayer for the Weather

Dear God,

I thank You for this day. Every day is precious to You, is a blessing and is a gift from above. I praise You for the sunshine that Your hands bestow for each day and thank You for the rain that You freely give as a blessing for the earth each day. I pray that You will continue to bless the weather in Atlanta, Georgia and beyond as Your hands let it rain and let it shine upon this great city of America. I pray that whether You ordain it to rain or to shine that You will continue to bless the weather in the good seasons and the bad seasons of life. May every season of the weather that is birthed forth on the earth, whether hot or cold, be a blessing to all who glorify You and honor You with the weather You choose to bestow in Atlanta, Georgia and beyond. I give You all of the glory, the honor and the praise.

In Jesus’ Name,


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Sarah Dickens is the News Editor of Atlanta Christian Voice. Sarah has a B.A. in Mass Communication from Georgia College and State University and two M.A. degrees in Global Studies and Pastoral Counseling with a focus in Dobson Center Marriage and Family Studies from Liberty University. She is currently working on her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University and hopes to be licensed to practice counseling in the next few years. Sarah lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she humbly serves the Lord, friends, and others at First Baptist Church of Atlanta. Her two greatest passions are ministering to children and serving on the missions field. After working on the mission field in Lebanon, Japan, and Uganda, she hopes to continue taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to other lands. Her favorite hobbies include blogging, ballroom dancing, making and creating art, and reading books by Christian authors while sipping a cup of tea from one of her favorite tea mugs. Her life verse from the Bible is Philippians 4:13, which states, "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me."
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